The ReSource Project is a large scale longitudinal study on mental training. We investigate how mental traing can influence the brain, health, stress reduction, subjective well-being, and social behavior.
Together with Prof. Dr Dennis J. Snower from the Kiel Institute of World Economy, we investigate how neuropsychological finding on human motivation, emotion, and social cognition can inform models of economic decision making.
The free eBook Compassion. Bridging Practice and Science by Tania Singer and Matthias Bolz describes existing secular compassion training programs and empirical research as well as the experiences of practitioners. The state-of-the-art layout of the eBook includes video clips and a selection of original sound collages by Nathalie Singer, and artistic images by Olafur Eliasson.
Among the most influential women in German economy
December 19, 2017
The German "manager magazin" has elected Tania Singer for the third time as one of the most influential women in German economy
Living together in communities requires mutual cooperation. To achieve this, we punish others when they are uncooperative. Scientists at Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology now published a study on that relationship.
"Different meditation types train distinct parts of your brain." The New Scientist about Tania Singer's research and two recent publications of the Department of Social Neuroscience in Science Advances.
In recognition of her outstanding contributions to the advancement of the field of Positive Psychology, Tania Singer has been honored with a Fellowship from the International Positive Psychology Association in Montreal.
The cover image of Nature Communications in May 2017 referred to an article with the title "White matter maturation is associated with the emergence of Theory of Mind in early childhood" recently published by Grosse Wiesmann et al.
This book is edited by Tania Singer and Matthieu Ricard. A collection of internationally renowned scientists and economists, in dialogue with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, address the need for a more altruistic economy.